Great War Flying Museum
The Great War Flying Museum is open from 1100 until 1600 on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from the Victoria Day weekend in May until the weekend following the Labour Day weekend in September. Admission is $CAD 5.00 per person, 12 and under and veterans are free. A family admission of $CAD 20 applies for up to two adults and related children under the age of 18.
At this point the artifact museum is under major renovation and is not open to the public. We plan to re-open the museum late June 2015. The hangar may be visited and aircraft are on display.
Our mission is to provide the finest local presentation of World War I aviation history by acquiring, building, maintaining and flying representations of period aircraft as well as displaying period artifacts for the education, entertainment and benefit of our members and the visiting public.
The vision of The Great War Flying Museum is to inspire a passion and appreciation for World War I aviation history to all who participate in and experience our Museum by:
- Becoming the leading local period heritage attraction.
- Giving students and the visiting public a greater knowledge of World War I aviation history.
- Ensuring that all Museum visitors feel pleased that they have received value for their contribution.